• MacDonald Highlands

About Merlin Custom Home Builders

Merlin has over 30 years of experience building Custom Homes in Las Vegas. We have been honored to design, build, and remodel nearly 200 spectacular homes and estates ranging from $1 Million to $25 Million.

Our Clients’ appreciation for the craftsmanship, creativity, and commitment we lavish on their homes is evident in the referrals given to family, friends, and business associates. The majority of new clients come to us via referrals from existing clients, and from our architects, designers, engineers, and real estate professionals. We have worked with some of the finest families in the Valley. It’s the strong relationships we form early in a project that help forge long-term success for everyone.

With Merlin, there is no limit on your dreams! We hold an Unlimited, Full-B Category General Contractor’s license that includes high-rise buildings. This license grants us the State’s approval to build permitted homes without limits to size, height, or cost.

Our Firm has been featured and acknowledged in over 70 magazines and 300 newspaper articles including Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Chicago Sun Times, Builder Magazine and Luxury Las Vegas.

Merlin Custom Home Builders holds an Unlimited, Full-B category General Contractor’s license. The Nevada State Contractor’s Board is Nevada’s building contractors licensing and regulatory agency. Their qualifications for a Full-B Unlimited License are so high and strict that Merlin Custom Home Builders holds one of only three Full-B and Unlimited Licensed in Southern Nevada. This license grants Merlin Custom Home Builders the State’s approval to build permitted homes without limits to size, height or cost.

We’re also humbled by the press coverage received throughout the years. Merlin Custom Home Builders has been featured and acknowledged in 70 magazines and 300 newspaper articles, including Architectural Digest, Builder Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Chicago Sun Times, The Orange County Register, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Luxury Las Vegas.